The 2005 Chateau La Clemence is a blend of 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc from Pomerol in France and the ABV is 14%. The 2001 Delectus Stanton Merlot is 100% Merlot from Napa Valley in California and the ABV 15.2%.
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2005 CHATEAU LA CLEMENCE
"Proprietor Christian Dauriac's tiny 7.5 acre Pomerol estate is planted with 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc. These wines have had a tendency to be overwhelmingly extracted and high in tannin as well as oak, but the outstanding 2005, while clearly from the modern school of winemaking, possesses a well-integrated wood component. Dense purple-colored, it offers scents of espresso, chocolate, blackberries, and kirsch along with a hint of caramelized fruit, medium to full body, abundant amounts of sweet tannin, and a muscular, concentrated, powerful finish. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2030." -92 points Robert Parker
"Mineral, leather and berry aromas lead to a full body, with round tannins and a long finish. Chewy. A big wine. Best after 2012." -91 points Wine Spectator
"From vines to wine the Chateau La Clemence is the new birth place of a small 2.8 hectares vineyard consisting of six plots, long time kept in the shadows of Pomerol. In 1996, Christian Dauriac decided to venture onto this mythical plateau following Michel Rolland's expert advice, who detected the potential of this vineyard. A little faith was necessary in order to appreciate this property which had been untouched for years. Christian Dauriac called his property 'La Clemence' to represent the voluptuousness and femininity of wine."
"At La Clemence the vines are on average 50 years old with a density of 6000 vines per hectare, with 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc. Each plot is separately vinified in six small thermo regulated wooden tanks of 35 hectoliters. From the air conditioned cellar with a unique round architecture with plate glass windows all around, operational since 2001, it is possible to see the cellar dedicated to malolactic fermentation and the one dedicated to ageing in new oak barrels."-Winery
2001 DELECTUS STANTON MERLOT
"Dense and concentrated, with a substantial core of rich, earthy tannins, but also wonderful leathery currant, sage and herb notes. Excellent balance, depth and range of flavor on the finish. Best from 2006 through 2012. 760 cases made." -92 points Wine Spectator
A Cellar Tracker favorite! This wine has an average of 92 points in 33 different notes. Click here to see the reviews.
"Owner and winemaker Gerhard Reisacher has wine and viticulture in his blood- he's an eighth-generation winemaker who grew up in a small wine village south of Vienna. He first got his fingers dirty by working alongside his father in the vineyards as a boy, and subsequently attended Austria's premier winemaking college, graduating with four degrees, including winemaking and viticulture." -Winery